Orange juice was always part of breakfast when we were kids (drink it before you brush your teeth, always), but as we've gotten older, we've stopped buying it. With more than 100 calories in 8 ounces—and we often pour more than that—it seems like a sweet indulgence instead of a healthy drink.
After reading this post, we now know that even cartons that say "squeezed from fresh oranges" are heavily processed. So unless it's freshly squeezed that morning (or part of a special occasion mimosa), we usually skip it. What about you? Is OJ always part of your morning routine? Take our survey after the jump.